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here is courage. give me a classic example. my colleague and i, jack hiler, indiana, 1994 and ran for governor because the controversial issue in the foyer and we have a republican caucus. i remember jack standing nothing saying i don't remember what the issue was, but he stood up and he said, this is the boat that we should all cast. it may cost me my election, but i think it's the right thing to do. he castaic, he lost. i'm not saying that is the reason he didn't succeed in his reelect, but it was the statement of courage i'm talking about. for my you is the right thing to do, take it or the day. a quick anecdote, attorney for governor before the primary i had 100% voting record with the nra. 100%. vietnam vet, the idea that someone could walk into a gun store and purchase an ak-47 did not appeal to me. i voted against it. i voted for the bill and our member ever on this document said you could lose the election. you could lose the primary. if at least i would know why. [applause] is not so much about me, but it's like arnold said, the operative word is courage and those respons
you to the -- finally i want to say thank you. jack is not just a genius he is expert in breaking through the bureaucracy and believes that it is the perfect for our institute. thank you, jack triet [applause] i also want to say thank you to all of the panelists that are here. i know they're busy and important people come and they have taken the time to come here from all over the country to participate in the panel discussion, in this very important panel discussion so let's give them a big hand and say thank. [applause] also to the students that are here today. and i'm very sorry that 300 of the students had to be turned away. there was such enormous interest anyone below 10% body fat was allowed you to come in. it's the only way that i could come month come up with a way to select. [laughter] anyway it's great to have you to vignette i look around this room and i can feel the promise and the potential. it is energizing, let me tell you it is fantastic to see this enthusiasm. the day that we launched the schwarzenegger institute this isn't just a day for celebration, this is a d
the one you have with jack lew or whoever is fully thinking through what obama would actually do in november, december of this year, and then the first six months of next year. so i don't think it's impossible. i think maybe it's just the way we're going to have to conduct ourselves, pivot extremely quickly after election day and get about the business of governing. i don't buy the argument that the partisanship is so bad that you can get democratic votes for republican budget or vice versa. i think there'll be a certain momentum to do with these programs where the reelected the president for elect a new president. so that will be an unusual situation, when we haven't had a long time, that degree of certainty and mandate i think. but in any case, i think, but it's not going to become we are not going to get a lot of clues about this in a funny way over the next five weeks i don't think, which is unfortunate. >> congressman, your thoughts? >> you can speak to this as a former -- >> the partisanship is very bad and they will take leadership to get to do that they're going back to t
the one you have with jack or whoever is really thinking through what obama would actually do in the november and december of this year and in the first six months of next year so i don't think it's impossible. i think maybe it's just the way we have to conduct ourselves which is to pick it extremely quickly and get about the business of governing. i don't buy the argument that partisanship is so bad you couldn't get the democratic votes for the republican budget or vice versa. there will be momentum to deal with the programs with a are reelected they would like more than 50% of the vote given the absence of the third party candidates that will be an unusual such a vision we haven't had a long time with a certain kind of mandate i think. but in any case, i think over the next five weeks i don't think. >> condra lanham gordon, your thoughts. >> speak to this as -- >> the partisanship is very bad and it will take leadership to get to that. going back to the investors's comments about how mitt romney would govern, i completely agree with the deal making aspect of working with con
not end to the same extent drawn national poll. what about graduates jack ray sanders is here from ucla law school and all your little bit from the program that he said the letter. ucla has of strong program of providing a leggett to economically disadvantaged students. you can see in the data that if you look at african-american students 22 of 63 under the socio-economic program, the economic disadvantage to students. compared to only 12 out of 382 who were admitted through other programs. that is to say, more african-american students were admitted through the socio-economic program than the regular program even though the socio-economic program a much smaller. overall, if you look at the results that ucla law school, 56 percent of the students admitted through socioeconomic affirmative action or black or hispanic compared to just 6 percent of those not admitted through those programs. now, how would this work at national -- nationally? private and public universities. the century foundation sponsored research which looked at that question and found that if grades and test scores were
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